Daily Archives: 4 Aug 2017

And Now For Your Viewing Pleasure

This neat little video: In Büren an der Aare wurden totgeborene Kinder vermeintlich zum Leben erweckt – wenn man dafür genug Geld bezahlte. Und in Zürich wetterte Huldrych Zwingli gegen die liederlichen Sitten im Kloster. Sabine Dahinden sucht Spuren dieser … Continue reading

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You Can Add Theology to the List Too, And Biblical Studies

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For the Folk in Phoenix

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News From Pitts Theological Library: Digitized Images Commemorating the Reformation

Thanks to the diligent work of Pitts Volunteer Roy Wise, we can announce the creation of a new image collection! “Commemorating the 500th Anniversary of Luther’s 95 Theses” is a free resource of images for Reformation celebrations or classes. Pitts … Continue reading

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This Is Why Your View on Immigration Matters

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Sigmund Mowinckel

Sigmund Mowinckel, Scandinavian Old Testament scholar extraordinaire, was born on the 4th of August in 1884.  Most famous for his work on the Psalms, he authored many very useful volumes my favorite of which is The Old Testament as Word … Continue reading

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On Beliefs: An Observation

Believe whatever you want but understand that those familiar with Christian theology are under no obligation to deem your view Christian.

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A Series of Old Testament Study Guides You May Not Have Heard Of, But Should

Bloomsbury is publishing a series of what they describe as ‘study guides’ for the Old Testament, but don’t make the mistake of thinking these are mere ‘Cliff Notes’.  Quite the contrary.  I reviewed a couple of these volumes in the … Continue reading

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